After pickup from central London by coach, your day tour begins at Windsor Castle. Queen Elizabeth II is said to spend many of her weekends here, a royal home for more than 900 years.
With your entry, you can walk through the State Apartments to see lavish decor and valuable artworks, such as paintings by Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci. Step inside St George’s Chapel, located on the sprawling grounds, where notorious King Henry VIII and his favorite wife, Jane Seymour, are buried, as are Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
Next, head to the ancient site of Stonehenge, a towering enigma that has stood on Salisbury Plain for more than 5,000 years. See the UNESCO World Heritage site from every angle as you walk around it.
Complimentary Lunch Pack included. This will be consumed on the coach, allowing you more time to enjoy attractions.
Then continue to the city of Bath, another World Heritage site, known for its Georgian architecture and Roman Baths. You can explore the cobbled streets and check out sights such as the 15th-century Bath Abbey and the Pulteney Bridge. Then head to the Roman Baths, a bathing complex in the center of the city that was used by Romans who wanted to relax in the steaming water, which originated from hot springs. Learn about the lives of the Romans as you walk through the site, exploring the four sections: the Sacred Spring, Roman Temple, Roman Bath House, and artifacts from the baths.
Your day trip ends with return to London for drop-off in Kensington or Victoria.
4 Fountain Square, 123-151 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9SH
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Our tour guide Pete was very informative and allowed enough time at all the locations. Great way to see a lot of the country in one day.
Our tour guide Eugene was exceptional, very knowledgeable and personable. Our driver was great as well! I have to say out of the short 3 days we had in England, this tour day was my favorite! Would do it again and recommend to everyone else.
We had a great tour with Andrew, our tour guide and Mirza, our driver. Andrew was knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour. Andrew's kept the group on schedule, even when some of our group was missing at the appointment time, which almost ended in some MIAs to be left behind (as they should have been). Mirza got us back to London on time, even when the route back was closed due to a traffic incident. Highly recommended!
Tour director, Andrew, was informative, entertaining and well-organized. It is a lot to cover in one day but the tour allows for a good taste of each place.
Unexpectedly efficient and effective tour. Thought large bus would be cumbersome and slow but the excellent guide efficiently guided, explained and coordinated the tour. Enough time at each site to enjoy each visit. Long day(12 hours) but well worth while.
We needed more time at Windsor to visit the sights. The lines to get in were very long and used up a lot of time not sight seeing. Once inside the walls we could have used a guide to get to the best attractions faster. Our guide was great and kept the group on time. Although I appreciate getting as many sights as possible in one day as we could, Windsor Castle, Bath, and Stonehenge. Lunch was sufficient. I would do it again.
Very interesting tour. Left on time. Driver Chris A. did a great job with all the London traffic. Mark was a good tour director keeping us all tigers and on time. It was a lot to see in one day. Total 12 hours.
Have always wanted to see Stonehenge and on this tour you can walk around the entire circle.Yes you also go to see the state rooms of Windsor Castle and the chapel and a quick visit to the roman bath in Bath but Stonehenge is the star.I felt bath was a bit rushed and you would benefit by spending a full day walking around and dining with the locals.
We were eager to see the places listed on the tour. But we are not good at walking long distances and we did not realize so much walking would be required.
Guide was knowledgeable and enjoyable. Each stop was busy and we did not have time to enjoy the sites due to wait times and lines. Only saw Stonehenge for 10 minutes before we had to rush to the bus.
Thousands of years of British history is waiting to be discovered on this 11-hour tour from London to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and the city of Bath, three of the top attractions outside the city. At Windsor Castle, the queen's weekend residence, you can explore the State Apartments before continuing to the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge. Finish up with a visit to the Roman Baths. Lunch is included.